East GR man arrested for business burglaries

Sergeant Mike Miller

Die Sand Manufacturing, located at 500 Wolverine in Rockford, was broken into during the early morning hours of June 14, 2012. Scrap metals stored in the building were taken by the burglar and later recovered from Enterprise Metal and Iron Company, located in Grand Rapids. Officer Derek Haan and Sergeant Mike Miller began checking with […]

Rockford Freshman Center to hold Meijer State Games archery competition

Last year the Meijer State Games of Michigan Opening Ceremonies took place at 5/3 Ballpark. Estimated income in visitor spending to local economics is $15 million.

Local cyclist, shooter a featured athlete Over 5,000 athletes are expected to participate in Michigan’s third Olympic-style State Games, which will take place throughout West Michigan through June 22, including the Rockford Freshman Center, 4100 Kroes Street. A Rockford cyclist and rifle marksman is also one of the featured athletes at the biking and small […]

Rockford, are you ready for another contest?

The future home of the Rockford Area Museum. Your votes can make it even better than envisioned.

The RAM needs your votes by CLIFF AND NANCY HILL On the wings of last summer’s improbable win in the nationwide America’s Favorite Farmers Market contest, the Rockford community is being asked by the Rockford Historical Society to rally around their entry in the “Building Our Community Contest”. For 50 years Erhardt Construction has been […]

Engagements — Goralski-Bilski

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Emilee Goralski of Rochester, Mich. and Andrew Bilski of Rockford are planning a wedding on July 28, 2012 at St. John Fisher Parish in Auburn Hills, Mich. Emilee is the daughter of Larry and Molly Goralski of Rochester. The bride-to-be is a 2010 graduate of Albion College. She is employed by Rochester Community Schools as […]

THE TAX ATTIC with Jerry Coon

What happened to the Social Security statement? Let’s talk about Social Security this week and for the next few weeks as well. I authored a short series of articles on Social Security a few years ago, but enough procedures have changed that I feel it warrants taking another look at the system. One of the […]